16 November 2012

Fablery Creative Writing Workshop

Fablery provides aspiring writers with an opportunity to get published and reach out to the bigger audience. Also, Fablery endeavors to contribute a little to the literary world by bringing out the best out of every writer who participates here. And this workshop is an attempt to achieve the same.

This workshop would be a structured workshop and step-by-step development of plot, story, atmosphere, character and climax!

Our speaker, Monika Pant, will talk about everything from inception of an idea to completion of the story....from editing, writing the synopsis to approaching the publisher....all that you wanted to know!

Monika Pant (MA in English Literature) has been a teacher for over 15 years, teaching English language and literature to students of different age groups. She has been a senior English teacher in La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow and has taught communication skills at Tata Consultancy Services Centre, Lucknow. She is a writer and poet, and her stories and poems have been published in various anthologies in India and abroad. She has been a regular contributor to most of the Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul titles. She conducts specialized classes for English students at home; and is currently writing a couple of novels.

Nethra A, founder and Chief-Editor of Fablery, is pursuing her Masters in Business Administration from Christ University Institute of Management, is a graduate in Computer Science & Engineering from University Visvesvarya College of Engineering-Bangalore. She is a voracious reader and a fiction writer. She blogs at Otiose Opinions, where she writes about everything that interests her. She is also working on her novel (a fantasy fiction) that she hopes to complete in the near future.

Guest speakers who will address the participants for about a hour and answer all the queries that participants might have regarding writing a book are as follows:

Vasudev Murthy has authored books on subjects as varied as music and business management, and articles that dwell on history, sociology, the occult, philosophy and the like. A prolific writer of short stories, Vasudev Murthy draws on the rich and colourful tapestry of his collective experiences to paint brilliant word pictures of life and its vagaries and its myriad hues that we, in the haste of living often tend to overlook. When he is not writing or traveling to remote parts of the world or playing violin or communing with his dogs, Vasudev is a management consultant and a Guest Faculty at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. His books are: "What the Raags told me" - Rupa & Co 2004 and "Effective Proposal Writing" - Sage 2006. The books that are due: "The Time Merchants and other strange tales" - Lifi Publications Dec 2012 and "Sherlock Holmes in Japan" - Harper Collins June 2013.

Vikrant Dutta studied in Military School Belgaum and then went to the National Defence Acedemy. He was commisionned in the Indian Air Force. He has also worked with President Patil in Rashtrapati Bhavan. He is married and is based in Delhi. He has authored two books named "Ode of Dignity" - Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd 2012 and "The Dark Rainbow" - Roli Books 2012.

Learn and become a published author!

Call to 08197111600 to block a seat.

More details:
Date: 29th & 30th December 2012. 9am to 3pm. 
No. of seats: 30 only. 
Fee: Rs. 1200/- only. 
Venue: Atta Galatta, Kormangala, Bangalore. 
Facilitators: Monika Pant & Nethra A 
Guest Speakers: Vasudev Murthy & Vikrant Dutta


  1. Can we have such things in Indore??
    Sounds interesting...


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